Gue

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Gue a rude kind of violin used in Shetland.
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Usage

In literature:

That next day, tha'z Sunday, but you don't know if madame goin' to have the stren'th for that fati-gue.
"The Flower of the Chapdelaines" by George W. Cable
My sanops, when they hear, will know who is the Gues-ques-kes-cha.
"The Knight of the Golden Melice" by John Turvill Adams
But you are Ba'teese' gues'.
"The White Desert" by Courtney Ryley Cooper
Here some living at the Y Gue; some at Venus's Toilette; and others at the Sucking Cat.
"The Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, Vol. 2 of 3" by George Augustus Sala
So he was called Trouin du Gue; which shortly became Du Guay-Trouin.
"Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea" by Charles H. L. Johnston
Miss Ann air always been a havin' the gues' chamber an' I'm a gonter 'stablish her thar now.
"The Comings of Cousin Ann" by Emma Speed Sampson
He grabs this weird lookin' slab of gue and takes a mouthful.
"Alex the Great" by H. C. Witwer
The 10th and 9th remained in reserve for the present about Change and Gue la Hart.
"The Franco-German War of 1870-71" by Count Helmuth, von Moltke
The police informed Madame du Gue that they had come with orders from their chief to arrest the little players.
"Queens of the French Stage" by H. Noel Williams
He was mystified by her actions and was wondering where the "gues' room" might be.
"The Young Sharpshooter at Antietam" by Everett T. Tomlinson
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In news:

And—although these pro grams will be chock-full of solid informa tion, advice, and helpful tips-there'll be another opportunity open to our summer gues...
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In science:

The equivalence of the statistical properties of the particle positions of one dimensional interacting gases to random matrix ensembles and the fact that GUE minimizes the information (1) lead us to speculate, that whenever the information contained in the gas is minimized its properties are described by GUE.
The statistical properties of the city transport in Cuernavaca (Mexico) and Random matrix ensembles
After unfolding the peak times we evaluated the related probability distributions and compared them with the predictions of GUE.
The statistical properties of the city transport in Cuernavaca (Mexico) and Random matrix ensembles
The measures obtained, e.g. the Krawtchouk and Hahn ensembles, have the same structure as the eigenvalue measures in random matrix theory like GUE, which can in fact can be obtained from non-intersecting Brownian motions.
Non-intersecting Paths, Random Tilings and Random Matrices
The present paper can be seen as a continuation of the paper where several examples of analogues of GUE on a discrete space was given.
Non-intersecting Paths, Random Tilings and Random Matrices
In these ensembles we have analogues of the results for GUE discussed above but we obtain the so called discrete sine kernel, in the limit instead of the ordinary sine kernel.
Non-intersecting Paths, Random Tilings and Random Matrices
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